For the longest time, my mom and I have talked about driving along the East Coast to experience New England’s fall foliage. We both long to see the changing palettes of nature. I want to see all those leaves turn from lively green to beautiful gold. I want to see the reds, yellows, and deep colors of fall. One day. One day I’m going to surprise my mom and we’re going to take that gorgeous drive and end up in Maine where we’re going to eat our weight in lobster. Until then, this apple cider sangria will have to do.
Can you see fall’s warm colors in this sangria? I sure can.
Sangria translates well into any season. With apples in full bloom, why not take advantage? With all the different varieties of apples available, it’s fun to mix and match and find your favorites. I used a combination of Granny Smith, Braeburn, and Honeycrisp.